Living in Vogue

Living in Vogue
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Judy Brittain & Patrick Kinmonth.

London. Century Publishing. 1984. First edition. Cloth-bound hardback, dust jacket. 160 pages. Colour photographs throughout. 305 x 225mm (12 x 8"). 1.1kg. 0712609385. English. Very good; slight shelf wear to jacket, some fading to spine edge of front and rear jacket, price-clipped, internally clean.

A veritable treasure trove of interiors are featured in this book. Here are the homes of some of the most stylish and creative personalities in 1980s' Britain, including John Stefanidis (Chelsea & his converted farm in Dorset), Christopher Gibbs (Davington Priory), David Hicks (Red Rooms in Piccadilly), David Mlinaric (Chelsea & Suffolk), Tom Parr (Eaton Square), Nicholas Haslam (Hunting Lodge in Hampshire), Geoffrey Bennison (Brighton), Bernard Nevill (Chelsea), Charles Beresford-Clark (Fishing Lodge in Suffolk), Laura Ashley (Wales & Northern France), Duncan Grant (Charleston), Manolo Blahnik (Notting Hill), Teddy Millington-Darke (Tuscany), Craigie Aitchison (Kennington), Angus McBean (Suffolk), Grace Coddington (Two White Rooms in Fulham), David Hockney (London Studio) and Erte (Chateau outside Paris).